Located 10 minutes from thePierrefonds airport, the hotel Le Battant des Lames is a waterfront hotel, enjoying a magnificent setting, between land and sea, at the entrance to the town of Saint Pierre and at the gates of Wild South from Reunion Island.
Facing the public beach and the island's lagoon, the hotel will bring you a real moment of relaxation, calm and relaxation.
Directly accessible on foot from the hotel, the port and the shopping street allow you to practice nautical activities such as diving or big game fishing before a shopping excursion.
The seafront will offer night owls an ideal setting: restaurants, nightclubs, casino, bars, thus making Saint Pierre the most dynamic and lively city ofReunion Island.
WHY THE FLAP OF THE BLADES?
The beating of the blades is an old French expression which indicated, in the days of the Compagnie des Indes, the place where the waves, or "blades", came to die on the reef of the island of Reunion while it was s' still called Bourbon Island.
Generally used in the expression "from the beating of the blades to the top of the mountains", this old phrase was used in particular in the 19th century to define the territorial extension that the Compagnie des Indes granted to the colonists of Bourbon Island.
In view of the privileged location of the hotel, it was only natural that it bears this name inscribed in the very roots of the history of Reunion.